« on: September 28, 2006, 04:31 AM »
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1) If there is a single file, extract it on the same level folder as the zip filedont maximize the unzip app, then drag the single file or folder and drop it on window explorer, it will be on the same level as the zip file.
2) If there is single folder in the zip file with multiple files in that folder, extract it and put that folder on the same level as the zip file-jsmallberry (September 27, 2006, 12:01 PM)
3) If there is multiple files in the zip file without being zipped with a containing folder, create a folder with the zip filename and extract the files to it.for multiple files or folders, select all of them, then right click and extract to specific folder (if you use winrar), the zip filename will be selected automatically.
Then, it deletes the zip file. The only user input is the initial double click.-jsmallberry (September 27, 2006, 12:01 PM)
;transparency=0-255 Makes the ghosting more or less translucent.
;jump=1 or 0 Makes the active window show through the ghosting.
So here's an update on my problem, I hope someone can help me with it:
I got an identical IBM 80GB hard drive from ebay (however, different P/N and different MLC, but everything else is the same). I switched the circuit boards and I plugged my old dead hard drive back in the machine. It spins now! However, the BIOS can't detect the drive. So I tried everything, different IDE cables, switching from cable select to master/slave configuration, but the BIOS can't detect the drive.-superboyac (April 23, 2006, 02:38 AM)
I don't understand why Adobe Acrobat thinks it needs to constantly run a service. I tend to avoid PDF files as often as possible just because Acrobat in itself is a big hassle.
Why don't programs just run services when I open them and then close those services when I close them?
I can kind of understand things like Printer services (though they cause a lot of bloat and take forever to load on startup) to recognize buttons being pressed on the printer, I guess. But why does VMWare load so much stuff if I only use it once a month? I don't think the VMnat, VMnetdhcp, vmount2, and the vmware-authd ALL need to be running when the program isn't even running.
I'm not even sure what half of these processes are that are running. Of my 50 processes running right now (and I've ended some of them already) I don't know what about 30 of them do and I don't what program they're for.-Deozaan (September 17, 2006, 06:19 PM)